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  1. dc3carl
    04-27-2014 11:28 AM
    Hey Plasma, quick question: how are you pulling your 2010 Outback toad? I have a 2010 Outback and I love it but we can't pull it.
  2. RTinVa
    02-10-2014 06:28 AM
    What part of Texas are you in? My parents used to live in Dallas. Had a chance to visit a couple of times. Nice city! Looking to break in the RV this year. Only got one weekend to create the punch out list before I covered it for the winter.
    Do you have any recommendations for visiting Texas and what to see while in the state? Any information appreciated.
    Take care and safe travels,
    Rich Tanner
    Warrenton, Va.
  3. mike brez
    Congrats on the Rev. I was looking at that one for awhile on eBay. How we're they to work with? Was the unit as they described? I see you and the unit are in Houston. I take it you were able to see it and take for a ride before purchase. If you don't mind ballpark of what you were able to purchase for. Thanks and good luck with the Rev it's a awesome coach.

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Posted 09-17-2014 at 09:34 AM by plasma800 Comments 2
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Here's the trick to towing the Subie - it must be a manual transmission. So that basically puts you into the base model.

But honestly, we love it. We paid 15k cash for the 2010 car with 30k miles on it, and we beat the heck out of it!!! We rubbered all the floors with tray mats that fit perfectly with a lip. And we have no problem loading us, two dogs and all our gear soaking wet from fishing or whatever without feeling bad about it

The rear of the car has a ton of...
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Originally Posted by Dwight
I tow a Subaru Forester
Posted 10-13-2014 at 10:22 AM by plasma800 plasma800 is offline
I tow a Subaru Forester...
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